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    • A MINIMAL JERK PROSTHESIS CONTROL SYSTEM 

      Hill, Stewart Scotland; Binnie, T.D.; Gow, T.J. (2005)
      Efficient prosthesis control is dependant on the user’s ability to control the desired movements of the prosthesis. Observed manifestations of jerk on a complete arm prosthesis can lead to difficulty in performing controlled ...
    • ELECTROMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF A COMPLETE ARM PROSTHESIS (EMAS) 

      Hill, Stewart Scotland; Binnie, T.D.; Gow, D. J. (2005)
      A characterisation of a complete arm prosthesis is necessary to develop effective control. This is a description of the use of Lagrange methodology to describe the system and to optimise for motion control. The Lagrange ...